Norah Zuniga Shaw


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  • Goethe University, _Director, Choreographer, and Installation Artist

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  • ISEA2010

    Norah Zuniga Shaw is an artist based in the U.S. whose work centers on choreographic knowledge as a locus for interdisciplinary and intercultural creativity. Synchronous Objects, her most recent collaborative project with William Forsythe and Maria Palazzi, was launched online and at the Wexner Center for the Arts in 2009 and featured in the N.Y. Times and Communication Arts. Zuniga Shaw is currently presenting on the work as part of a global tour produced by the Goethe Institute. She continues to create new installation and stage works and to lecture on her research at such venues as SIGGRAPH, Chicago Humanities Festival, Spring Dance Utrecht, Harvestworks, and Sadler’s Wells. She is director for dance & technology at the Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design.

    Norah Zuniga Shaw‘s work centers on choreographic knowledge as a locus for interdisciplinary and intercultural creativity. She is currently presenting Synchronous Objects as part of a global tour produced by the Goethe Institute. She is director for dance & technology at the Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design.


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  • US


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